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MANUAL DE OPERACIOfSJ 51 

CASIO, 

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CONTENTS 



■ SQM/VURYOFFEATIRES 3 

(1) FEATURES AMD FUNCTIONS 3 

(2) KEYBOARD A 

■ GENERAL GUIDE 3 

(1) FROITT PANEL 5 

^Aj KC/Vr K/il^tL **> ,«iiiiMi.^vt^ » - * r 

|3) VOLUME CONTROL 8 

\A) lurlnQi mi * 6 

■ POWEP SUPPLY 9 

0)DC PDWER t , 9 

(2) ADAPTORS Q 

(3) AUTO POWER OFF FUNCTION .a 10 

(4)«EM3RV BACK-UP 10 

(5) FORCED POWFR OFF 11 

(G) IMTUL STATUS 1 1 

CI) INITkLlZED MEMORY DATA U 

■ PRESE" VOICES 12 

■ PRESE" RHYTHMS 14 

■ RHYTH«l PROGRAMMNG 16 

U) FEATURES AND FUKCTIONS 16 

(2) PATTERN MEMORY 17 

(3) PATTERN PLAY , 26 

(4) SONG MEMORY 28 

U>J oOrivi PLAY 34 



■ PITCH BEND 36 

■ FUKIftMlPilCj -..; 37 

■ TRANSPCSE 38 

■ SOLO FUNCTION .,„ 38 



IMT FUNCTION H 39 

(l)SAVE 39 

{£) VERIFY 40 

(3) LOAD , 41 

MIDI i - «<■ -.«••* 43 

(I)MIDI MESSAGE 43 

(2) POLY AODE/MONO MODE 44 

(3) BASIC CHANNEL-? 44 

(4) INDIVIDUAL CHANNEL VOLUME 
SETTINjS 45 

(5) PORTAAENTO ON'OFF 45 

(6) MIDI OH/OFF, CLOCK NT/EXT 46 

(7) SAMPLE CONFIGURATOR 4fi 



CARE OFYOUR UNIT ., 



■-•"• ' T"* 

SPECIFICATIONS 48 

PATTERN DIAGRAM 99 



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SUMMARY OF FEATURES 

(1) FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS 



The features and funclltns of the CZ-230Scon be bioddly dwd- 
ed Ino Tour major clarifications. 

T)GENERAL 

• IOC preset voices to zhoore Irom. 

♦20 >rcsel rhythms to match virtually aty type of music 



2)RHYTHM MODE 

• Patern memory mote lor storage of tp to 30 mewuce&or 

rhyhm patterns in nemory. 
•Patcrn play mode f<r playback of stored rhythm pattens. 
•Soig memory mode or storage ol compositions createdby 

joiring rhythm pattens together. 
•Sojq play mode lor payback of songs caawd using die smg 

memory mode. 



(f MIDI MODE 

POLY BODE — normal MIDI scndJreceve Immediat 

after pewer is switched Gi- 
• Datawnd/reccivecapabiitiesorapolwhoricsynthMUerlur 

to 8 rrtei}. 




MONOMODE — SpeciS MIDI receive moie with 4 ind 

dent sjund sources. 
•Each channel can raceme 4 channels of tinbre dala (or th 
equiveentof four separate monophonic ynthesizars* 






mm MODE 

•Sa« (miction sto«>spattern and songrhylhm dala on OS- 

5tte tepc. 
•Velfy function conflms accuracy of duo saved on cassfttc 

tap- 
•Loid (unction recall! data stored on cassette tape into he 

keiboflrd 



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(2) KEYBOARD 



The CZ-2:05 has 39-key. 4-tctave keyboard capable ol produc- 
ing chord; of up to B notes 8-note polyphoni:). However, ihc 
number d nates produced .* affected by thettmbre selected 
and funcfons applied aa fellows. 



•Play wihout proqranmed rhythm Flyback 
Selecting I DCO for a prese voice results in frnote polyphon- 
ic, while ? DCO results In I-notc polyphonic. 
* All timber become monoihonic when rhe S3L0 key Is OM. 



•Programmed rhylhrn playback 

When PDsou^d source timtrcs ore Input (o at Ico&t one of Ihc 
PD lines font 1 through 3, He keyboard becomes monophon 
ic durlngrhylhm pattern payback. The keyloard cannot be 
jsed durflg rhythm patten playback when ine 4 is used 
•With rtrlhrns pjognsmmtd using the PO rhythm sound 
sourcesDnly, the keyboanl operated as noed for the NOR- 
MAL MODE during rhythn playback 



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♦The keyboard becomes jronophonk when he unit is 
set to tie MIDI MONO rrod<* (see page 44. 

♦The tern LOWER KEYBOARD (C^FjJw wed in thft 
manuails defined as the range of the keyboird which 
starts aito rhythm play /hen synchro star is set 

♦The keyboard is used forsetting note timi:g during 
rhythm >ottorrt memory pograrnrring. It a\w loses its 
normoUryboard Tuncllots during the sonc memory 
modes. 



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■ GENERAL GUIDE 

(1) FRONT PANEL 



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<£>ltch bend whed 

fSolo key 
Portamento key 
VTcmpo key 
S^CM volume 

f^D volume 
5ound source sdector 
(s) ? D indicator 
® Rhythm mode elector 
(preset Tl key 
<ij)*ieset,2lkey 
)3royrani key 
leplay 
OJVHDI'CM key 
MEiIranspose key 
Me) Portamento time key 
M>;3end range key 
@iCT key 
@*D sound list (03-99) 

{pruning control 
{J^ower switch 
©^ower indicator 
@vtatA volume 
$£5tart/stop key 
^Ternpo indicatoi 
@5ynchro key 
^ntro/niHn hoy 
Rhythm selectoi 
SWalue key 
®ren key pad 
qOCanccI Key 
(^Speaker 



(2) REAR PANEL 



r'-v Poiur terminal 

leadphone termiral 
p3)Outpui temlno (PD/MIXj 
) Output termnal (PCM) 



Jce|M.ge 46 (01 dKalb on tha 
MIX OW'Orr QWicb. and lh T - 
^IDI CLOCK , m. 







•VMT leinilnai 




MIDI (crmfiiofc 



Aeeeisory MT 
connecting coil 




AC adopter lladphonm Keybmrd amp ® ",<,■? 
(AD-5) o. (CP-2) (AS-300). AS-2O00) X' *j^ 

car adaptor _, >* 

(CA . 3l D«a recorder or 

cassette ape recorder 
©Power ternlnal (9V DC) 

For connectionof an optional AZ adaplor (AD-5)or car adap- 
tor (CA-5). 



:PHONES (Headphone Jack) 

For connectionof oplional heatphones (CP-2). Output from 
the speakers ^automatically cu when Kcadphoics are con- 
nected 

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&PD/MIX (4 PCM (Output terminals) 

For connectj>n of an option* keyboard arnplrisr (AS series) 
or home audo system for bet»r amplification >f output Con- 
necting ampcnenc to both thePD/MIX ond PCAiermlriaia out- 
puts PD aouid source timbre* from PD/MIX aid PCM sound 
source rhyihns (ram PCM. Coftnectlnoonly PDMIX mixes aid 
outputs bothPD sound sourcelimbreaand PCn sound source 
rhythms. 



\ MID! teimlnalK(in/OClT/THRa) 

For connection with another v\|[)| device. 



<6)MT terminal 

For connecthn of a commercially available tape recorder or 
cassette taperecorder. This makes it possible b save pattern 
and sonfl dab on cassette top*s for lotej recall Connections 
ore mode ushg the accessory Ml connecting :ord 






(3) VOLUME control 



The CZ-2305ullcws independent control of voLime tor preset 
rhythms, programmed rhythn-s, 2nd programmed PD sound 
sou/cm. Overall volume eanbc scl uslnp the main Volume 
control. 



Keyboard (lay 
volume tevd 



prwet nndpru- 
gratnmed rlytltm 

volume Jcv.l 



Programme! PD 
«ynthe*U*d ilmbi e 
vohjnwWv4 



nVAWEkey n 

[ I O-tav'el digital volume) 

- <3>lCM volume — 



(3; ro volume 



-4>Main volume 
1 
Output 



RVALUE HEY 

Press the MIW CH key twice aid tlie display should appear as 
Illustrated bcow to show (he ctrrenl volume lev*r The volume 
level can beedjusted using He VALUff VA leys while still 
holding dowa the MIDI CH k*y, 
*Prtss only mce If MIDI CH lisptay is alreod^ shown. 



MIDI CH dismay 



wm» >» 



Di /_g 



Hold dwn 



*0*ttir*tTj •im* 
WIMft 



Volume lev* I 
11 (L0-L9) 







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t Lowers level 



a I Hois© level 



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■Thcnumcrcvciucdccrca^Mby one with coch^rcflsaf VALUE 
V and incraseSby one with each press oFVaLUE A , Hold- 
ing down ether key causes bigh speed contiruous change of 
the value. 

•Volume le>el can beset to jne of 10 levels n the range L0 
(rnIn)~L9max). Pressing Me keyboard lesuta in no output 
at all wher volume Is set to L0. 

•Preset volime levels are retiined era when he power of (he 
unit is switched OFF, 



©PCM VOLUME 

Slides left and right 

rhythm volunc level. 



to ocjust the 



1 11 nit 1 1- 



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r*gi.Htrti^ijnN 



(3>PD VOIUME 

Slides lefl and right (0 adjust 

{rogrammel PD sound source timbre 
Plume. 

(4) TONING 



■I 1 Mil nil 



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TO 



The ov^rallpitch of the CZ-I30S can be adjmteo within the 
range of £ 00 cents (± halftone), The stdniaid belling for 
the keyboad is A4 - 442M; ( and each press of TUNING V 
lowers pitch while pressing "UNIMG A raise; pitch. Holding 
down elLhercey causes high s^eed continuous change of pitch. 
•Simultonecusly pressing the TtJnIING VA kc;a automatically 
returns to :he original valu; (A4 -442Hz), 



^ T 1 

Lowrs pitch CH C3 •**'*« P tlch 

HUE 



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POWER SUPPLY 



(1) DC POWER 



•Dry cells 

Thisunitcame powered by si: D^ilse 
(SUM- 1) manjamse dry cells. Weak- 
ened batteries will result h lower 
volume or pocr tonal quality Tie pow- 
er, Indicator wll Flash as baiter power 
veakuns. At Hi* lime, replace al 6 hat- 
lcrie9 aS sooi as passible. 



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.OF* 



Po**r 
Indicator 



POWER 



* Battery replacement 

1 . Slide cjwn he battery compartment 
cover on the bottom of the inlt and 
remove the weakened batteies, 

2. Load a newset ol batteries eisuring 
that polariy is correct. 

•Replace all six batteries to ensure 
long batteryllfe. Baa 



Baucty 
cnmpartneni 




DslM 

LaUe;lc* 



iSE— ^\U 



-0»<[>i>llif IWIH* LiOVQI 



Ret'torjg tlefolkwing cnftfrliiation rouTine Alter toad- 

■r,<j b«W6rft* for the lii^i tirie m H bauetfet a-? ever j# 

'mov^i -trart thivtintiitir l<nge* ttah;10;ni*uif»4. 

< Initialization routino 

Press the power switch co s^-vttcJ the power o( theunit Oil while 
holding down the CANCEL k^ 

Cancel ley 




Hold cliwn 




7 ower indicator 
5 owct ^itch 



roirn 



>ower ON 



•The inltlaliaiioa routine lb nqui/ed to delete my bugs which 
may be generated within the ncrrory during emended sJoreqe 
without bateries loaded. 



Appropriately 3,3 hours d battery life 8re jf ovided by 
Mnhperf)rmdTt^#(SfiM Vbaitffiri^ Batter/Hf* fe *v 
tedded w -:; ■ rn"o|ely yU) if mala po&kt fel sup-' 
pli<xJby;louwho!dcuTrert(10a. \ I >\220;240V AC)* 
ana rar bltery. and 'b»ttetts are used for rn*mory beck 
tip oft ly ' 



(2) ADAPTORS 



<AC powei> 

An optional VDJ AC adaptor Is required to ccniwet the unit 
to on AC outct. The voltage rating ollhcodbftor^lOO. V|7, 
220, 240V) nusl match Iftc power supply to wilch the unit Is 
connected tc avoid damage lo Internal circUtry. tJaileries 
should also t* loaded (or memory back up even vhen AC power 
is used lor tte main power aipply* 

< Car batt«^> 

This unit canalso be powered nrough an auiom<blle l s cigarette 
lighter by usng an optional CA*5car battery aiaptor. Batter- 
ies should alio be loaded for nemory baek-uppven when car 
battery pow<r b used for the main power supply. 



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<CZ-Z305 rw pawl> 



ACodaptor^ «. Pover oulfel 




Pqiwcr luminal 



Car adopter (CA-5) 



Memory lockup U rttjt pnfonnediJ baitrrrs PC r»l 
loaded Wife! using Adaptor TlwWwe. Ih* PQPCPD 
POWER OFF function rneitiired fa low Harriot b* «- 

OMfd 



•Besuretosvitch power OFF vhenever connecting of discon- 
necting a da i tore 

• Remove baLKrrfc'y when the urll i* not uacd For txtended peri- 
ods to ovoli damage uausetlby battery leakage. 

•Use only tht Casio AC adaptir specified tor ills unit. Using 
another iyp* of adaptor can Jumage the unii 

■ the adaptomormally becomes warm when connected io on 
AC outlet. Ciaconncct the adiptcr whenever passible, espc* 
tidily if thejnlt is not used or extended perods 

(3) AGTC POWER OFF FUNCTION 

An automalkpover cut off fuiclion activates approximately 
S minutes aftr the last key cvcialton. Power supply can be 
(estcred by switching the powerswHch OFF and Wen ON again. 



•The auto p>wer off function docs not operats during MIDI 
receipt ol sterna! messatfet wen though Ihi keyboard or 
switches an not operated. 



Gisa^L tighw (4) MEMORY BACK-O P 



All memory lata, including rlythm program pilleina ere re- 
tained bymenory back-up halertes ev*-n wh&n'he matn pow- 
er supply Io svltchcd OFF, Hovever. memory eintents con be 
lost or alterd If the batteries lose thrh power 
• Memory coitents are retained even when batertes are re 

moved lor i?plecement and fiew ballories areload^d within 

10 minutes 

•The folfowug data is retained by the back-up lotteries when 
the mam pewer is switched :>PF: 



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C Programmed rhythm pattern (up to 30)dat; 

•Including 4 Inc PD sound souttr Hmbrco* 

J; Programmed song data (I song ul rhythm) 

5) Portamento speed 

■i 'Transpose 

V'MIDI chanicl 

a MIDI MOrO mode 4-chann*l timbres 

% T»nlD, 

.ft: Internal 4>ilmbre data 

§1 Keyboard volume levels (digital volume valies) 

vj 1 Tempo 

y) Bend rang; 



10 



(5) FORCED POWER OFF 

This functtai switches the miln power supply OFF before bat- 
tety power educes to (he pom whore memory daia would be 
lost Shoult this situation octur, replace the paver supply bat* 
lerles vllh \ rvew set 

(6) INITIAL STATUS 

The followhg is the initialized status ol the unit when power 
is switched ON. 

>"'i» Power Indicator lit 

•Blinking Irdlcotcs weakened mattery power, 

<5;t Preset vilce Mo. 00 (BKAJS ENS 1) set 

@S Rhythm topped 

M '* Portamcito and solo OFf 

All other dries ore set accordng to values in ellecl when paw* 
er was switched OFF. 



DATA TYPE 


SF.T1ING 


Programircd rhythm pattern 


''■■ - '. . inlhn, l1 ' vaUr " 

Preset rhjthmlTI In series 
POI -4 msigrorl to prcwM 
voice Mos.00 -03 


Sang 


Pattern m^nory PD sound 
source tlm>rt*\ 


Portamento spted 


30 


Transpose 


0(1 I 


MIDI :h.jmc! 


01 


MIDI >\oro mode 4»tiunftc) 
timbre 


Mo.00 limine, ill 4 
chuntii-U 


Tuninj 


A4 - <M?Mr 


Internal 4-tmbre data 


Sound Dd5,96-99 


Keyboard r olume level 


L9 


Tempo 


20 (J =96) 


Bend rmuy 


02 



•All synthesi-ed timbie pattern* (PU1 -<) are set o rests, and the 
key Is »et u 0. 



(7) INITIALIZED MEMORY DATA 

The initlQliiaticn routine ouilned on page 9 ;&ts the builMri 
memory dao o& shown bclot. Note that the Irillallzoiton rou- 
tine also eletes all rhythn pattern and sang data from 
memory, 



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■ PRESET VOICES 



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T^c CZ 230S faturea a total of 00 different vr>icx produced 
by the PD souid source. 



(l)PLAY 



«"TjSct the RHYTHM MODE selector lo 
^PATTERN (LAY 



©Switch the power of the uniiOh. 



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IQLLE^ 



.FATTOMjL2i!?J3 



, RUVT-tW MQQE 



Taivuu 



n nw j-ij-j 



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Lkjhli 



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Timbre rnmber 00 
&CJse the lenkey pad to entcilhe desired ttm>re number. 
•Timbre numjers are noted or the PD sound list primed on 
the keyboan panel. 



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ItM -*x M p 


ccJMtfttr^J 


ix ^Nyit tin 1 


w tn*H>*ini*-i 


L^wigCKJ 


MtflM Em » 


nririMiKJ 


k^mm n&- 


ma'tUi B*J 


CI |l»T«*¥ 


IIfWH tlMSU 


trA'MHltfW 


OMtitfJi *ihf: 


Mif]wn*M 


• tt/M<cm 


tfAtr xrnw** 


iTJX'/rri 


\aS*T* •«*■* 


ivWnni < mAU 


19 *H JfllVt 1 


&M1I Jt^V 1 


mmm nam t 


:*i***' i*iA : 


;;:.i.:.ii^^ 


Jl 1 1 l*KA [J OXt 


VfWU J**OJ 


jrvu'i WH r 


rt m;» rtfl? i 


>****- ittt: 


in 1 '1 rW 


amirti 


3*4HI5?U' 


jaWl*' 


3*£fiU 


W*ir:-W**l*U 


3»tW*Ut«M 


r.'."i 


MWAW* 


3 3A4M 




«*M1 9tf 


«: u.U_ :E~> 


*\teM0TW 


44 0r jna 


m Mriaft 1 


trfvra*; 


.: i.(».i.iii' 


*ftfl«A*20 fc 


*bv»uh ati»ri 


V »i*hf 1 


W4ND ? 


UPrfhOl 


01 tCNC^CM M¥#) 


w F\K pw* 




-, i.^-:-;tii:nr + 


If-SOCM UM 




saocanf *r» 

'fti vvtfr Vf J 


v:-MU ^t- 1 


<»M». ttfl) 1 


milium 


4SPHPHU 


flU UlVfW 


rc*uajw 


f*C0 njTTRKJ 


smuccmuw 


-j*rw 


mEV snw i 






ft if FCWt* 



j»jj:;* 



naaroaw*y rawwnr -w* 



ffRit uw: 



ttpftw e**m« 



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TlIi.V B* E * 



Ml YtVI- ifctl*' 



AM f^lfttUll&f* 



BFPOMCT' 



lTWJJIUW* 






WlrttA*** 



{« wi-s-.i i » 



4wmaipw 



w Wir 



CO 



cn 



~c~i — iincel key 



PU »0UNP seLecro 



■fen-key ped 

• 8-nolc polypionlc. All atliers ire 4-notc polyphjnlc. 

• indicates nofixed plich. 

< Examp*e> 

To call up No. r 8 SLAP BASS. I rat press the |_Z_ key. At this 
tinte the dispby should appeal qs illustraled bflow. and (he 
prcseni tone *iould not yet change. 
"Mistakes canbe cleared and the previous timbn can be rein- 
stated by prffismg the cancel <ey. 



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f 



Now pressing he LIT! key cause the value 78 lo .ppear on the 
display and Oft timbre will few* that which correjponds to the 
specified valu: (SLAP BASS). 



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PI M ~) 



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(2) INTERNAL VOICES 



Of the lOO^rcsct voices, ros.96- 99 can se rewritten wih ex- 
ternal MIDIdata* However ihe initialization routine (see :>age 
9) rcstorcathc timbres nctcd on the list to those voice*. 
* Timbre dita can be store! 10 specified numbers by transmit- 
ting syslen exclusive messages from a j^rsona I computer to 
ihe keyboard MIDI termnal (see page 43). 



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■ PRESET RHYTHMS 



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The CZ-230S ii equipped with 7) preset rhylhrm produced by 
PCM sound scurce. Each rhytlm pattern Is aJso capable of 
producing an ntro pattern ant flllln pattern. 

(1) PRESET RHYTHfl 



'liSellheRHVTHMMODEMleiorto 
PATTERN fLAV. 



KIUBT — 



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:»Prps<* the* rfythm selector that corresponds to the desired 
rhythm- 

■Press PRESET I to select tte rhythms marked above the 
selectors andPRESET 2 for ne rhythms marked below the 
selectors, 

Khythrn ieliclou 

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iMWf unit MHOQOf Wl "^"^ cftWl DOtt I lft ttffl 1 1HIUJ H|W~B— j 

rrn nn i^ rn ^nrTir^ rrn rnnri 

mih »M mm i*u WflcAt ntiUMiu nut iiMrni w*r.i wun huh— 

n d 

- Example > 

To select the 5WIHQ rhythm, Jtess PRESET 2 tollowed by 
selector ^ 



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Q Pressing ItV START/STOP tey begins play ot the selected 
rhythm. 



•While a rhyhm is playing, tte rhythm Indicabr Rashes red 
for Ihc first i>eal of each measure and green f<r esch subse- 
quent beat. 

♦Pressing Ihc START/STOP ley egairi stops riytbm play. 

(i s Tenpo Indicators 

-I 4-leat:R£d-*Green -Green -Green 



L 



Lfl— I L— J 3-leot Red-* Green-Green 



t : Adjust vohme using the PCM volume contnt. 



"I I 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1" 



FV*M V*# wtn**L*n<« 



f} Adjust the rhythm tempo Opetd) using the TEMPO VA 
key*, 

• Each press <f V decreases tenpo while A Inceasestompo. 

V A 

Slpwe LZZ1 IZ^l Fasiw 



[fMM 



*Thc currant tempo value appjars on the dinpby any time a 
TEMPO ke; Is pressed. Holding down elthei TEMPO key 
causes highspeed contlnuoui change of the vaue. The TEM- 
PO display s cleared when Ihe TEMPO keysare released. 



twtsrtflt 



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Tempo risplay (0fl-d4) 
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•The tempovflJue isdisplayeS In45 steps within [he range ol 
00-44. Tie following tabh provides the meaning of each 
value. 

A tempo vaue of 26 means J - 120 (120 bens/minute). 



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nta.. 


00 


40 


01 


43 


02 


44 


03 


46 


04 


4B 


05 


50 


6b 

07 


52 
54 


OS 


M 


03 


w 


10 


00 


11 63 


12 66 


13 60 


14 72 



»»»pt«J 


Data 
i heats 

m!n. . 


15 


76 


IB 


B0 


17 


64 


IB 


88 


19 
20 


92 
96 


23 


H'..- 


22 


104 


33 


log 


24 


112 


25 


116 


2G 


120 


27 


126 


28 


132 


29 


138 



Data 
Dlrplay ; -fceWJ 


)C \44 ' 


M 152 


£ 


160 


o 


168 


M 


176 


J5 


IB4 


J6 


102 


17 


200 


18 


208 


J9 


216 


40 


? '.i 


*1 


232 


3 


240 


Ml' 


H 


25b 




' 



•Tlic seleclid tempo value I; retained even when the power 
of the unit is switched OFF 

(2) SYNCHRO START 

Presslny UwSYMCHRO STAfT key while rhytrtm is not play- 
ing causes tie tempo Indicotcr lo flash green to Indicate SYN- 
CHRO STA?T STAND BY In this mode the rhythm 

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actompanlnent will begin es soon es a Key >n the LOWER 
KEYBOARC Is pressed- 

• Pressing tre SYNCHRO START key during SYSCHRO START 
STAND B' cancels th* st»id by mode. 

<SYNCHROSTART STAND B/> <SYISCHRC START > 
Tempo mdtator (flashing gr«=if 



ISTM 



& 



'JY'KHIW 



1=3 CZ] 

(3) INTPO/FILLrIN 




■LOWER KCVDCAPD 



Pressing th< INTRO/FILL-IN <ey while rhythrr is not ploying 
Sounds a I -nei^sure introduction pattern And hen sfarts nor 
mal rhythm ulay. Pr<*as|ng whle rhythm Isplayngcausefia fill 
In pattern o play thai continues to (he end of the current 
measure. 

■Holding dewn the INTRO/FILL-IN key ceusei the fill-In pal- 
torn to coninue uniil theenioJ he measure h which the key 
is released NTncuntL* 

•normal pl^ always resumes from UieHrst | & ] 

beaiol theirstmeasureof Lie normal pat- ia^miMjJ\v»\ 
tern whenihe fill-in is complete. X^ 

t fivvs 

The rhythm START/STOF key is Inopcrotiv: whenever 
the MIDION'OFF switch on the rear panel & set to ON 
and the ZLOCK switch Issel to EXT- 



■ RHYTHM PROGRAMMING 



The CZ*230S s equipped withe rhythm programming luno 
lien lhat provcles 12 PCM rhjchm sources to produce bass 
dium, snare aum, and other 'ffects. (Jp to loir of the 100 
preset voices «an be used to program a 4-line nulthtrack pat- 
tern. This mcins that ihe CZ-2J0S is equivalem to a 4-track 
sequencer will drum machine 

(1) FEATflRES AND FUNCTIONS 

Programming lonsists of crcoliiy a number of rh)Uim patterns 

and thenJoInUg them logetherntoa single song. The capaci* 
ty of ihe unit jjlovs storage of jp to 30 rhythmpattcrns and 
a 199-bar sonj program . 

i 30 pattens 

Three measure* of a rhythm palcrn can be stored lo each ol 
me 10 rhythir selectors ( fXI - fflFI ). 

- " ! <3 soundsources 

\2 PCM rhythn sound sources aid 4 PD sound sources timbres 
add up lo a Utal of 16 scund*ourccs available for pattern 
programming. 

*?'l/12~beat minimum note value 

The mlnimumprogrammabie rote value Is 1/1 2- beat, which 
Is one third ofa 1 6th note f .* ). ~!owevej t the maximum num- 
ber of notes infut for a single somd source per mrasur^ is only 

-^Keyboard Input for programming 

The 48 keys o* the keyboard fr?m Ci through B arc used lo 
Indicate the lining of each noe as indicated btlow. 



ilnplicaleBth >oies> 
(16th nAfctt] 



H-+ :~lf^ -rrr -. : : A 




m 



-* 



1 Ut bust '—2nd b«t * 3r d beat 
I neasure) 



& B\C t 

1 4lh bcdi 



'The while k& on theexlremeiighl of the Kcyb»ard (Charts 
es an accenlkcy, 

(5}Accentinj 

Pressing Ihe aCCENT key simultaneously withtlming inpui 
on the keybotrd applies on aceni lo ihe note jlayed. 

3)8-notc pclyphonfc 

Up to 4 PCM nylhm tones and 1 PD sound soure timbres can 

be produced timultaneously. 

•PCM rhythmsound sources are divided. into A goupso!3 ef- 
fects eoch. So two effects torn the same p/oup con be 
produced slnultaneously. Oriy one effect conbe produced 
from Ihe sane group at any >ne time. 

GROUP A; BC (bass drum), LI (low .com), LB (bw bongo) 
GROUP B: SD(snare drum), H"(high tom>, HB;high bongo) 
GROUP C: CH (closed hi hat), OH {open hi hot)' RIDE (ride 

cynbai) 
GROUP D: Rlfl (rim shot). CB 'cow beil), CLAPS (hand 

clffls) 

16 



"Only monopiomc tones can 3e Inpul to eachof the A lines 
of Ihe PD s<und source. 

$)Two types of beats 

Patterns can )e proflrammed n either 4/4 tim* or 3)4 Time. 

f8)199 song steps 

Songs up to 99 slepa long on be programmed end stored 

(I step = I mtasufe). 

(2) PATTERN MEMORY 



< Display > 



4 displayed lor 4/4 time 
"■(3 far 34 lime) 



,.-n 3 



BAR (II measure) 



■Tim're -number 



•II cither PIESET T| D r PR£SET g> Is seleccd. the display 
will Hash a this point to indicate that inpuicannot be per- 
formed. Inthis case, press the PROGRAM ley lo clear the 
flashing display and to enterPATTERN MEMORY STAND BY, 



MODE SETTING 



[Press Ihe PROGRAM key, 

•Rhythm prwammlng cennoi be performed lPKtSfc.1 Hi or 
PRESET SI are selected 




<£S« the RH'THM MODE seector to PATTERN MEMORY. 
•This enlers vhal Is defined a. PATTERN MEflORY STAND 
BY. 

HS33 *•'•*( mi>mY 

| mill 111^ | 

, NHY1HM W)DE . 



PROGJAM AND MEASURE NCMBER 
SELECTION 



@CJSC the riythm selectors c choose a program number, 
•tip to Ihree measures can bf programmed Frr each pcograr 

numbers ( ~jz\ - rnr }. 



i^D £33 Ciii nn nzi cxd 




0tisc the 1IITRO/F1LL-IN ke< to select the nensure 

number. 
•The Initial -alue for this selection is Ihe first treasured BAR). 
Each pres*of the 1NTRO/FLL-IN key change the selected 
measure lr the following odoi and shows Hon the. display: 
T BAR- 2 BAR- IF BAR • il BAR-- ... 



•A! this time »lso select cithc(4/4uf3M tor the rhythm to be 
progxammei. 

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^Select diner L BAR. :2 SARor iB BAR, 



mww&u* 




. ^""03 


1 


V 


U 3 


1 


TB3 



I CLEAB^G A SINGLE MEASORE 



&Prc63 ihc STXRT/STOP (RECORD) key while holding cown 
the SYMCHIO (CLEAR) toy D clear the exiatng contents 
ol Ihe measire selected in st© \£. This process, also enters 
the RECORD mode to allow new input for the selected 
mecsurt. 

Temp indicator |"' 5 t l ' ,! ? l; r , cd 



il* * 



S"SS 



(RECORD mode) 



irrct 



>$C0^ <a£M|>^N 



'>-* •-.** 



*• Hold diwn 



Cmote TTf'UT 



L p re*sing Ihe keyboard while n the RECORD node inputs 
a note according to the cpecrled timing in th* timbre cor- 
responding b the timbre xkclcd. 
•ne Mngle measure clear opealion outlined In 5 aulomau- 



colly enters he RECORD mede. While the tenpo indicator 
is OFT and he unit is in PA1TERM MEMORY STAND BY, 
the keyboar< will produce theselected timbre. 3ut notes can- 
not be input Press the STAR73TOP (RECORD) key to enter 
the RECORD mode to allow note Input. 

♦Pressing the5TART/STOP (RECORD) key befcrc performing 
Ihe single mta&ure clear operation resultsin repeal playback 
ol any data rircedy En rnemoiy. In this mode, iniing con be 

set using th< keyboard and rew notes can be added to the 
previous eorienls. 

@PWM the START/STOP (RECORD) key agan to exit the 
RECORD nude arid complete nute input. 



— (WOTE 1UPUT OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE 

The following presents an ertual aoTiple pro;edure us* 
ing simple musical noLalbn* The PD soind source 
programming almost idertiral to that of the PCt$ 
rhythm sojnd source, except For the oddltkn of pitch 
InpuL Ths example will jse 4 PCM rhytim sound 
sources fcr the rhythm pa.tern plus line 1 of the PD 
sound souce to add a bass phrase to form a \ -measure 
pattern. 



BEAT=4/4: &t the RHYTHM MODE selector o "PATTERN 
/lEMORV A/A'\ 

< NOTATION 



BASS y\ ~^ r — ^*z\_± 



DRU*VS 



-94. r -~ flir^t- r^ SD (5rare druni > 



PD LirE 1 program 

A-CHtIo»cdli|c|hlul.> 
QH(©p«n hiijh h»l) 



t^" r 



■h.J (dim drum) 



-IK- 



®Stf the RHYTHM SOUND SOURCE selector to BD (bass 
drum). 



,-12 PCft fhyihrn sound sources 
rl PD sound scurces 






rr 



PDineilrfltof 



3HVTHM SCHHP PUREE 



©Prea the STARTfSIOP (RECORD) key Lo kIniiIkRECORD 

mode. 
S Use the keyboard keys to Injut the-BD notesas illustrated 

below. The* and O symbols hdlcate the Keys o be pressed 

and the ord*r or th« timing n which the key* are pressed 

is irrelevant 

•The pattern hput for one measure ploys repeaedly whan In- 
put £ compfete. Mo sound is produced when a key is actual- 
ly pressed fcr input. 

•One ol the tvo following procures can be used to correct 
erroneous Irpul. 



Corr ect 

* p.ess tic SYNCHRO (C15 AR) key to cleai all BD line 
notes Bid start Input frwn the beginning 

I Press akej on the Keytoard at the poirt where the 
error etists to erase lhe;rrer only and limit the coi • 
rect nac. 



•To apply on>c«nt to a not*.pr«s theappropiale keytord 
key In the pnpei liming while holding down th ACCENT key 
on the extrme right of the <eybodid (see P < 9 * 16). 

®Set the RhTHM SOUND SOURCE selecic to SD (snare 
drum) 




r "u HT O WKtOIW* * 

wtmgjflgffi SOURCE i 



•The setting* the RHYTHM SOUND SOURCES lector can be 
changed dtring recording cperations. 

®Gse ihfcNfcoiM key. to hput the SD not* as illustrated 
betaw.TfrBDand SD partcrnswill beplay*H back. superior 
posed wihin Ihe same rmasure. 



SD nolra 



I 



J 



* 



J 



WffiiMMJ 



in 



rjDSel the RH\THM SOUND SOURCE selector b CH (dosed 
high hat). 



■P U \$ Ctt 0»l ntfli I 1 



an kt fit> aw u nu**! 7 



CO 



Ci« (he keytoard keys to input lite CH notes as illustrated 
below. The 3D, SD, and CH salterns will he played back. 
sMptfrimpostd within ihc sane measure- 

CH fi«oa , 



Wii&SB 



j 



<SSet Ihe RHYT-fM SOUND SOJRCE selector tnOH {open hi 
hat). 



oi ii ii en m ■ 



□ 



ra 



W> HI HI IWUCUCZ 4 



(?)(Jsc the kcjboord keys to input the OH rolesas illustrated 
below. The ID, SD, CH, and OH patterns will bt played back, 
superimpo-ed within the stme measure. 



OH notes 



7 



1'iM.PEW 



the RHTHM SOUND SDURCE selector o PD-1 



M U t» CM IW Mf I 1 




RHYTHM SOUNl 5UU*« 



©f" «helen-t*y j>ad to soke! Ho,78(SLAP BASS), The num- 
bcr of the curcnlly sttleaed Urnbre \$ shown oi the display. 



[ 



Trlfc 



70 



Tlmbe numbrr 

•Timbre numter selection car be performed .ir.her during 
recording or white rhythm is lot being played One timbre 
can be spcciled per fine. 



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©Press Ihe 5TART/5TOP (fECORDf key to suspend the 
" RECORD node, 

, Tempo indicator (not lit) 



STCP 




STOP P"-"' 
■ICOHCI tClf*. 



'Press Es ot the keybooid when is the value ©! the first bass 
note. II ihe wrong key is pressed, simply pr&s ifie correct 
key to chaige ihe note TN note correspondng to Ihe last 
key piesstd is stored in rrwrnory. 



"llfljl" 




E; Mole selection 



©Ptess the START/STOP RECORD) key O reenter the 
RECORD node, and any pfft of the pattern input up to this 
point will begin to play back. 

Use the Keyboard ^eysio irput the bass notis as Illustrated 
" below. In his particular eximple, all the ba;s ncica at© the 
same andean all be input at this step* 



•The sound siurce selector PDIndicoloc llflhtea^soon as notes 

are Input 



jQjB; Llflhts 



Btw» noi»(P> 1 Hn*> 



« 



-T--^>1 



CT l !!'M!^ m 



•During PDsound source note Input, rests car also he insert- 
ed between notes. In thcinptt proceduic outllied above, rests 
were not deluded, so notes end up being Hiked wiih each 
other . T\J? £/3Tu> . Csc Ihe keyboard leys to input the 
rests while holding down lie l~rJl (CANCEL) key. 



d 



J tr' 



-r^E+ 



Hold down Hold down HoH dm 



IPItolW 1 " 



® Press theSTART/STOP (RiCORD) key to e:it the RECORD 
mods ani stop playback- 



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FATTERn MEMORY APPLICATIONS 



I CHAMGirG PITCH 

Inputting diKeem pitches on lie same PD sound source line 
is accompllsh(d by performing Ueps 12 through 1 5 in the ox 
ample each tine a new pitch is iroui. With each clunyc of pilch, 
the RECORD node is stopped. * new pitch is sptcified on the 
Keyboard, the eECORD mode isresumed, dritl th; value of the 
note Is specified. 



* 



4 

4 



£ 



■-"■RECCHD ^RECORD '-RECORD tf RECORD 

stop aiop slap s£0 p 

#.F4 ^ f G4 Kt . iA4 set *B4 st't 

"-RECCRD ^-RECORD -K'HECORD ?:RECORD 

«oit start >i«m start 



i I in.iir, *ei n^Ttmlng s«t I Timing set lETiming set 




■2 XHANGMG LINES 

Once Input tc line I of the ID 50und source (Pf>l), the 

RHYTHM SOCJHD SOURCE selertor setting can re changed to 

RD-2 for input ising a different Imbre Theproc*dure is iden- 

cal to steps I) through 15 in ne example. Inpii can also be 

performed for Ines 3 and 4 to rssutt In 4-treck nulti-channel 
•"ctordlng. 

•The inpul Imi (RHYTHM SOUND SOURCE selector) setting 
can be uhangjd while still in he RECORD mede. 




'The line seheilon sequence hi input really dcas not matter, 
but It is suggested thai lines be used I n the Oder of 1 . 2, 3. 
4 to avoid liter confusion 

■ 

©CHANGING TIMBRES 

The currently selected timbre :an br changed & many times 
as desired, cxtn during [he RECORD mode. Tie new timbre 
Is in effect assoon ass 2 -digit value is entered jsiny the ten- 
key pad. The ioie* already inp.it are played in He new timbre 
whein the nou value is input, 
•Onlyonclinbrecdribeapecilrdpcr line, A diTerent timbre 

cannot be sjcclfied within a measure lor thesame line. 
•The current^ selected timbre cannot be charged when the 

RHYTHM SGCIND SOURCE selector Is set to aiy ot (fa PCM 

rhythm setthga- 

I CHANGING MEASURES 

Each press o the IMTROfFILUM key change* the selected 
measure durirg recording or wnile rhythm is noi being played 
in the following order and shews it on the disday: 

J BAR y S3AR - F BAR- J. BAR ■ ■„. 
Any notes curently stored in ameasure are placed back when 
the measure & selected in ihc RECORD mode 
•Notes can bcinput to an exislhg pattern as It (splaying bock, 

or the cntiit mcosme can bt cleared (see pa<e 18(3)). 
•Repeating tte operation noted above makes t possible to 

record Uveemeasures ( TIBaR. 2 BAR. B I AR, for each 

program number (rhythm sobctcr). 



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^CHANGING PROGRAM NUMBERS 

The proqran number can bi choilfled by pressing rhythm 
selector durng the KECORC or RECORD STAND BY mode. 
Doing this ir the RECORD node changes to (he new program 
number but etains the original measure num&er specif icotion. 
At this ilme.any noles prevbusly existing under the selected 
program ore pieyed back. 



<S<JM/»ARY> 



1 



2 



3 



4 



5 




Prew PROGRAM key 



Set jmlTfttn memory 
mote ts A/4 or 3M 



Sel froginm Mo, I- 1C 



Sel measure number 



SeiRFCQRD aioius. 
~lear or press 

siart/stqp Mty. 



1 C 



Seed sound source 
(PCM* PD) 



: n 



Se timbre and pitel 
•forPD-l-4 



NM*> inpul. Timing 
srfi using keyboard 

— <s 

End 




zxir 



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•A majiimm of lb notes can be input for *ach PCM 
rhythm in*ach measure- Tlis Is also I rue is' each line 
of the PD S3ur>d source* Therefore, if all the noles are 
of the sarnt value, Ihe loweS value isihe 16th nate(;) ; 






'In the cxanplc shown abevo, no more notes can be 
aOded for :he OH (open hgh hat) line. 
The followhg display appeas when an aiterroi is made 
to exceed he maximum o) ) 6 notes. This display re- 
mains whib tlie key for Iht 17th note i» piraaed and 

disappears when the key 1» released. Of course, the 
17lh note s not stored in memory. 



*= 



-FULL display 



FL 



t? ft 
u u 



•A pattern on be entered in J/4 li me when tht RHYTHM 
MODE selector is set lo PATTERN MEMORY 3/4. At 
this lime, tic note volue input keyboard becomes the 
range fron C? through Ba.Arilh Cj throughB-; having 
no functloi at alt. 



'IJWffll 

c, d C* B.C, Bs 



O si bat '-ZrKtbeat '-Jrtl beat 
Timing selling 



Accent key 



•Ptayint back a pattern ecorded in d/4 tine while PAT- 
TERM MEMORY 3M ta *ct results in tie 4lh b«ai of 
each neasure being cu off. Conversely playing back 
a paifcm recorded in 3'4 lime whte PATTERN 
MEMCRY 4/4 is sei resjltsin a rest bcirg inserted for 
the 4\\ beat of each neasure. 

•Either 4/4 time or 34 time pattern* can be pro- 
gramn&d for any mereure. and diffennl times can 
even fa programmed fo l wo measures uuler the same 
progran number. 



'Changng the setting o" the RHYTHM M3DE selector 
causes playback operations to scop. Pressing the 
PRESET T or PRESET 5 key duringrecord opera- 
tions cancels the RECORD mode. 



•An accented note (set patje 16) alrealy existing In 
memoy can be chanced lo an unaccented note by 
prcasiig the rarrcspoiding timing kc; (on the key- 
board) twice. 



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•Any one 'ol the three follovlng methods cm be used 
to delete rotes From each sound source a* line in a 
pattern. 

® Press Hwfteyboafd keys h the RECORD mode thai 
correspond to the timing of the rote to bt deleted, 

X'Prcss IhcSYHCHRO (CLEAR) Key In the RECORD 
mode to lelele all notes ; or the current!* selected 
sound soiree or line. 

©Hold doun the SYNCHRO (CLEAR) key while the 
RHYTHM MODE selector is act to PATTERN 

MEMORYand press the SlftRT/STOP (RECORD) key 
to delete ill sound source ind line data fron the cur- 
rently selected measure. 

• 1 2 PCM rhythms and 4 PD ttund sources can be used 
in pattern pogramming, but certain PCM rhythms can- 
noi be protuccd simullaneously (see page .0), If two 
rhythms Iron the same groip are specified, hat which 
is specified last tak^s prioity. 

■ 
•For PD soind source timfres. recorded pitches can 
be replacedby pressing Ihp appropriate keyboard (tim- 
ing) key twice. The first pre* deletes the crislng note, 
while me stcond press inpjts the new not*. 

•The numbtr of rests thai c;n be included h a single 
measure dtpends upon tht number of noes input. 
Since d meisure C3n hold amdximum of Ifi notes, a 
measure wllch already corvatns 10 notes can have 6 
rests.. The Jming of rests u limited to the fallowing 

locations; 



-zs- 



1 VBetwten notes (rests cannot be includtd ir measures 
that hciude no inpu» 

(DEetwten the beginning of a measureand a note 

\j>) Between a note and the end of a measure 

® Between the beginnirg and the end ola meas tire for 
a specific line 

One res can be included at each of the hcations noted 
above. Condition 3, for ocarnple, can be iscd fn pattern 
or 3ongplaybock to pre/enl the last nob of one meas- 
ure fron continuing lit-o the next nuasurc during 
playback 



f Rest d*ta Is deleted wtenever note dau immediately 
precedng the rest is dslcted. InputtinflO note where 
a rest fas already been specified replaces the rest with 
the input note. 



'PATTERN PLAY repeatedly plays back tie rhythm pal* 
terns ii the order U B\R-> 21 BAR* ard plays the!? 
BAR wien the INTRO/FILLIN key Is prised. Up to 30 
mcastres of patterns cwi be joined lugrlher for song 
play. Tie keyboard is 4note poiyphonicivtren no notes 
at all ffe input in the 4 lines of the PD sound source. 
If ever one line ol PDIirie 1 -3 con tans note dala t 
however, the keyboau becomes momphonic note 
dala irout to the PD-4 Ihe makes the ke/board inoper- 
ative during pattern playback. Only Inpit pattern dsta 
toPD Inea 1 *-3 if you wish to play aloig on the key* 
board vith the pattern playback. 



•The same tirrbre can be set fcr three of the PD sound 
source lines, n this case. Ihelimbre should h? set to 
lines I throudi3. If the fourth incisuscd for lie seme 
timbre, the fdtowtng points slould be noted wen the 
pattern is programmed. 

*A rest must ilways be included in the measire (pat 
tern) Immediately preceding u# of the fourth lire when 
the fourth lire is not used urtil some point vithin a 
*ong T 

•Always Inputa rest In measures immediately preced- 
ing use of lire 4 that contair no notes for line 4, 

•A slight breal always occurs vhen changing telween 
;wo differenttlmbres In the am? line. 

(Fifl. 1) <Fg.2> 

JAZZ OKtiAM-JAZZ OftfGAN JAZZ ORG AM- FLUTE 

PD'l • x * — i «— • PC* I MSr* — * 



(3) PATTERN PLAY 



I MODE SETTING 



Ci/Prcs-i the PEOGRAM key. 

• Program pater n playback cannot be perfarned if PRESET 
ili or PRESET 12 are seiectrd. 

PMSET *flGSET PHCSKAW 

a a 



<=P 



'Z;Sei the RHVTHM MODE sebctor lo PLAY 



^ 4c«iit r uum 



, RHYTHM MlW, 




@Prc» the rh/thm selector that corresponds t> ibe program 

to be piaye* back. 
• F.ach selector can hold up to J measures of patterns ( ljj - 
OH)* 

mm mm ex 



±3 t r " ■ I * Tin" 




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Jlp . 5 5 ■ he STAH7STOP key to >eojn repeal playback ol the SYNCH IO START AND I NTRO PATT ERN 

rfcythm patten ( £ BAR- 2 IAR). "— ~~ 



,- Tampa indicator 

t^Szm f isl beat: red 

f " , '.Other beats: u«n 




OI&J 



©Pressing the I rTRO/FlLL-IN ke- switches to the IF BAR pat- 
tern. After the'fll-in pattern, pla/back returns to tl BAR -12 
BAR. 



tNTnOiTL^tfi 



{ifi,^ii.^iM a*i 



o 



<SYNCHRC START > 

Pressing the SYNCHRO START key while ihytim is not play- 
ing causes tht tempo indicator to flash green to Indicate SYN- 
CHRO START STAND BY. In this mode the rhythm 
accomperiimtnt will begin as soon os a key »n the LOWER 

KEYBOARD s pressed. 

•Pressing rheSVNCHRO STAFT key during SYNCHRO START 
STAND BY :oncels the stand by mode. 



SYNCHRO SARI STAND B1 



kl , s — "tempo indicator 
-stop 8, "»" D 







• Holding down he INTRO/FILL-N key caused tie fiii-in pat- 
tern to cominutun; 1 1 the end of he measure In which the key 
is released. 

r INTRO/FlL.INk«y 

Hcding down Iffl K0/FILL-IN key 



STAKT'STOPkfy 



[maw 



IfiBAH J.OAK 



Emn 




HBAR 



mm 



■-- 



*j^»W&\*&& i >*0*R 



1 Pressing a rhyttm selector switdes to the newly specified pro- 
gram number >ut maintains He present measure number 
selling. 

©Pressing the IT ART/STOP kct again terminates playback 
at that point, 



SYNCHRO S'ART 




LOWER KEYBOARD 



<lNrROPflrTERM> 

Pressing the NTRO/FILLIM bey while rhylhrr Is not playing 
rounds a I -measure introduction pattern and then 3tarts nor- 
mal rhythm (lay using the specified program number 
•The intro pattern for pattern play is diflerert from that for 

preset rhytlms. The firat beat is always CH (dosed high hat) 

no matter \toat the progron number. 



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1*7- 




•The drapla appears as illustrated during payback. 



'The timbrcavailabte for 4 role polyphonic pay is dis- 
played wh<n notesare notpesem in the PDIine The 
limbre displayed can be u:ed for monophonic play 
when note: arc present in lor more lines (1 through 
3 only)* Tte ten-key pad on be used lo ctenye the 
timbre nunber during playback. 



" ■■■*i^X* 



G~?3 



Number of tlnbre assigned to teyboard 



*•♦ 



is displayed during [laybock of a pdletn fur 
which now data is inctudec In PD-4 to lndi:ate (hat 
the keyboard is Inoperative 




iHHn 



C-- - 



No teyboard play 



(4) SONG MEMORY 



[.SONG 



MEMORY .MOMS SETTING 



'.'.f'rcsaihc PROGRAM key(whai using preprogrammed pat- 
ens (0 r, eae a song j 



•Press PERSiT U or PRESET 2! when usingpresel rhylhrn 

patterns to ireate a song. 
•The PRESET!) , PRESET 2 and PROGRAM keys can also 

be used during recording. 

®Set the RHYTHM MODE selector to SONG MEMORY. 



mm* ti I iav 



TITll I 



FlITTt-M MODE, 



»Thfcdisplayshould now appear as illustrated:© Indicate the 
number of deps. The initial value is always 50. 



CC rat ct; 



Step nunber (00- 199) 



ONG ALL CLEAR 



■:i;Press the START/STOP (RECORD) key while holding down 
the SYNCHRO (CLEAR) key This operation dears al I prevf • 
ous content ol the song mtrnory ond autonotlcally enters 
the RECORD mode Tor programming of a rew song. Also 
al this lime the selected program number (or3reset rhythm) 
begins rcptat pJoy from XBAR. 



,.. t ,— Temp MfcubH I {§££<$ 






(RECORD mode) 



(Xhei bests: qreon 




iCtt«* 



* fc ^^" Hold diwn 



•The displw should shpw STEP 1 to Indicate the first step. 



01-54 



Slep ' 
^rteaau'e number 



E Kampls - 

^'Progran No.5* '1 BAR sdected 



©Switch a Program Ko.2 Play- 
back swtches toProgran ho2, 
111 BAR and the diaplar does 
not change 

Cfi Changelhemeasureto 1 BAR. 
Playback switches to Program 
No2t SS BAR, and display 
change as illustrated. 




OT 1 



0i .- 5w 



-2BAK 






sonc stepinpot; 



3 



I PATTERN SELECTION 



'4: Rhythm Electors are uaet to select o pttjgam number (or 
preset pfrthm), while the inTRO/FILUN ke> is used to select 
(he measjre 
•The sclccfcd pattern mcasirc number i& stown on the dis- 

play, and he selected pattern Is repeaiedl) played back. 
•The specified measure numwr is nol changed even If a differ* 
cjU program number (or pesei rhythm) U selected 



©Preaslnj lh«STARTiSTCP<RECORDl keywhllelnthesom 
RECORD mode inputs tte currently selecfed pattern as on* 
step, At Jils time, the unit automatically advances to the neat 
step fo* recording and the display shovs the next slcj 
number 

•Repeatlo] steps ij/ and Cq above make* it xmaibl? to link c 
series of rhythm measures Into a song. 

<Exampie> Create a scno as illustratedbelow: 



St. ftp mjmler 


-STEPI- 


r-STEM-r pSTEP3- 


-5TEP4-I 


-5TEP6' 


Pioyram rumber 
—measure number 


2-2 


6 121 




c-a 


-H 


III Hi 















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(pPress RHYTHM SELECTCR 
j Xj and sdecl 121 BAR usiig 
the INTRO/FILL-IN key 






Then press the START7STCP 
key to mpu STEP I. 



®Vm$ RHYTHM SELECTCR 
EH . Then press the STAR"/ 
STOP key u input STEP 2. 



:a,i Press the START/STOP kty 
agBln to inpil pattern 6- 2 Ino 
STEP 3 ol». 



><j Press RHYTHM SELECTCR 
(X and us- the INTRO/FIL- 



IN key to s< 



ect IFi BAR. 



Then preaalhc START.'STCP 
key io mpu STEP 4. 



m 



q-""sw 



2/ '" 5 H 



STtP 2 



S3 - s u 




L- STEP 3 



Q H - (J ^ 



STEP 4 



S-ff o 



o?~sv 



■EBAR 





' 










STEP 5 


1 







!b>Piess RHfTHM SELECTOR 
run and tten press the INTO/ 
FILL-IN kty to select Tl BAR. 



Finally, prtss the START/STOP 
key to Inpjt STEP 5. 



KEF 



/s™5w 



■II: BAR 



tirp 



/s - 5 u 



STEP 6 



ENPINC SONG WHIT 



Once reeordhg Is started in tte SOMG MEMCRV mode, it is 
stopped usinc the RHYTHM MCDE selector io caKel tlie SONG 
MEMORY mede. 

• Moving the ?H YTHM MODEsclcctor to SONS PLAY allows 
playback ota programmed long. 



...NOTBJ 

•A maxinum of 199 stew (measurey) cm be pre- 
gramme] inio one song. Exceeding this remits in the 
indicates M FL" (full) appearing on the dispby and fur- 
ther jnpit will bz impossible. 

*The sittpcoufU d [splay dots 
not advance to 200 when 
STEP 1«) is Input 



MP ■ J * 



STEP 199 disjlayed even 
il more input :ttempted 



_v> 



I'** 



Fi M 5^ 



HULL 



•Attempting to input me 
200th stepby pressing the 
START/STOP key results tn 
the indicate "FL" ifull) ap- 
pearing On he d isplay< The 
step count ihows 199 when 
the STAR7ST0P key Is 
released. 

"The m H? (IjII) display also ippears when an attempt 
is made to nsert a step into songthat already con* 
tains the rraxlrnurn altowaile 199 steps. 

•The tinibrenumbei is displayed during sons step in- 
put asfollcws; 

*The timbre available for4-ntte polyphonic pby is dis- 
played whei notes are not pesent in the PD Ine. The 
timbre dismayed can be u*d lor monophenic play 
when nolesare present in lor more lines (1 Uirouyh 
3 only). The ten-key pad cm be used to ctunge the 
timbre nunber during play>ack. 

*The displa) shows *'^-" foi patterns in which notes 
are present in PD*^. 



SONG EDITING 



<***VW 



0"-- 



Nn teyboard play 

■Selecting cpattcrn in whict notes are prestnt in the 
PD sound source line durirrj song step Inpil causes 
the PD soind source indicator to light. 



S3 



< LOCATING STEPS> 

Specific portons of stored dita can be corrected and modi- 
lied either duJng song step irif ul or anytime afbr Input is com- 
plete. Enter tie RECORD mQcc and u&e the V/LCJE VA keys 
to locate (hestep to be edited. 
•The VALUE VA keys can afco be used t& locate step* while 
In the RECORD mode. If the SONG MEMORY mode has al- 
ready been ixited, set the RHYTHM MODE seector toSONQ 
MEMORY aid press the STXRT'STOP (REORD) key. 
•Each press *f V moves to the previous fl*ep. vhile Amoves 
to the next aep Holding dovn either key catses high speed 
continuous :hangc of the step. 



WLUE 



Deceases 
step lumber 


1 ,'-vr . I'Vf ( 


increases 
step lumber 


DAWENT«Y 



•Operation d the VALUE V\ keys allows rc:all of the pat* 
tern stored h any step. The cjrrentlyselectedstep(measine) 
number is nown on the display. 

•The ranged movement within a completed 5)ngisfromthe 
first step up to the step following the last step input. If the 
slap followitg the last step irput is recalled, playback is per* 
formed for tie selected measire of the procjran number spec!' 
lied on the keyboard consote. 



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< DELETE > 

Once a s^P (rrcasurc) is locate! using the VAUE VA keys 
in the RECORDmode, the SYNCHRO (CLEAR) kc can be used 
10 delete the s*p. 

StfNCtW 



'cum 



tnttCWs 



•When a step l» deleted, all.stejs following are automatically 
shifted forwad to fill the now imply step, and the new data 
lor tKe step i: played back, 

•Deleting the list slepof asongmek« lhat 5tcp;he newlimll 
far the range di movement wthin a completed song (range 
of movement = first step up o step following last step in* 
pul). At this tme, playback begin* for the selettcd measure 
of the progran number speclled on the keybcard console. 



<1NSERT> 

Once a atep (rreasuro) is located using the VALUE VA keys 
in the RECOR& mode, the SOIO (INSERT) ke> can be used 
to insert a nev pailern at the Elected step. 

jefc — Indicator llgM> 



(i Press the SCLO (INSERT) kcj and the indicflUr will light to 
signal INSERT STAND BY, Pressing the SOLO INSERT) key 
a» Ihis lime cancels INSERT STAND BY and <auses the in- 
dicator to gt OFF. 



® After selecing ihe desired pattern progran number and 
measure ffhlta In INSERT STAND B\ preu the 
START^STDP (RECORD) key to input the adected pattern 
at the presni step (measute). 

•All steps (treasures) followirg the location olthe insert arc 
shifted lo alow lor (he new measure. 



< Example > 

Insert a new pattern between STEP MandSTE? 15 ol a song. 



Step number 


"<« 


71 16 


rt 


r 




Paltern J 


A 


B i c - 





i 


. 




ia 


— Pattern M Inseri 
u U 11 1 


n 


r 
After Inset 


A 


- lAJ ' 


? 


E 


J 



• Pressing tin VALUE VA kty.s cancel 1NSE.FT STAND BY. 

<STEP DA1A MODIFICATIONS 

Once a step fneasure) is located using the VA.tlE VA keys 

in the HECOED mode, the patern recorded c-n be replaced 

with a differffit pattern. 

•The meflsui; selected using the VALUE V A keys is played 
back when elected. At this time, setting a rww patten pjo- 
rjram numbr and measure lumber plays ba<k the new pat- 
tern. Now pressing the S~AR17STOP key replaces the 
originally recorded pattern with the newly seected pattern. 

•Only the seected step is modified with no elect upon any 
of the olhei steps in the sotg. 

-\2- 



<: Example; 

Replace the rottcrn ol STEP 5 fNa.5' is! BAR with o new pat- 
tern (Mo.8/-' BAR). 



■ji) Enter the RECORD mode and 
use the V\U!E VA key. to 
move to STEP 15. 

■ At this litre Program NoJ/5 
BAR ahouk begin lo playbick. 

(DPiew the >ROCRAM key and 
RHYTHM ELECTOR LH ,and 
use the IWRO/PILL-IH ke» to 
select, the F BAR pattern 

•Ai this Lirre Program No.l/F 
BAR shouk begin to pleybtck. 

® Press lie START/S10P 
(RECORD)key to write the lew 
data (No.» F BARlal STEP 1 5. 
The unit wll automat) callyod 
vence to the next step 16) 
which wll I be indicated onlhe 
display. 



in- 



ir~'88 



STEP 15 

-i2 BA* 



•SHI' 






TO>C 



^s 



F BAR 



,„,-r^e 



51 LP 16 



The following points should tw noted carefuly when per* 
forming he procedure oitlined above; 
Preying tie START/5TOI (RECORD)key without first 
selecting! new inpul palttrn causesthe patem for Ihe 
currently lelecLed rhythm selector to be injuLThenew 
inpul will iot be ployed tank betduse ilie inlt immedi- 
ately advances to the netf step. 



< SUMMARY :- 



Repeal 



i 



2 



i/ 



3 



4 



Sd sonu memory nod«. 



Stl KfcCORD rnode.Uear or 
pBS9 51A«'l/SrOPkey. 



Stt pallem. Select pattern 
frenramond 30 programmed 
pttterns or 60 prtset pat- 
ttrri8. 



Input song steps Press 
S'ART/STOP ksy, ttwfcpne 
piitem and proceet lo next 
sKp- 



End 



Editing pocedures (deteieJnscrt/modify) not included here. 



53 



( 5 ) SONC PLAY 



[SONG PLAV MODE SETTING : 

©Set the RHTHM MODE aekrtor to SONG ftAY. 



PtMUlT. 



FV" 






ipATTftttn KQHO 



HHVHM HQQC 



■The PRESET! Ill . IS . PROGRAM Key selecitors have no el- 
feet upon ths operation 



SONG PLAYBAC] 



f:.! Pressing theSTART/STGP ktys begins pleyba<k of the song 
from STEP 1, 

,--^— Tempn Indicator 

r * BHr «i™ 1 st btal: lcd 
^ iwcmw 0thc( bea , 3; flreer| 




•The display hows the STEP lumber and pattern mccsure 
numbei dutlig playback. Th( program number is nol dis- 
played. . 



r i"r 



<?s'~S^ 



-Step nunbei 

- Measure number 



®TTie STAR7STOP key can be used to stop payback at any 
point. Playwch is automatically sermlnated afer the last step 
Ot the sonj Is played. 



SVISCHHO START AMD CONrifKJE PLAY 



<SYNCHR0 START> 

Pressing the SYNCHRO START key while rhythm i& noi play. 
ing causes th< tempo indicoloi to Hash green toindicalc SYN- 
CHRO STAR" STAND BY. Inlhls mode, songplayback will 
begin as soonas a kev on the LOWER KEYBOARD is pressed. 

•Prosing theSYNCHRO START key during SYrCHRO START 
STAND BY cancels the stand by mode. 



SYNCHRO SfART STAND- Bl 



* . 



CZICZI 



Tempo indicator (green) 



SYNCHRO SfART 




LOWER KEYBOARD 



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< CONTINUE PLAY> 

Pressing the 5YftCHRO key at INTH'OiFrLl-lN tey during sang 
playback suspends ploybockot thai point. 
Pressing theSTAKT/STOP k«y again resumes playback from 
the point at A'hn.'h 11 was suspended. 

• When playtack is suspendel using ihe SYNCHRO key. play- 
back can ako be resumed fy pressing a keyon (he LOWER 
KEYBOARD 

•TheTFMPO INDICATOR flaihes green when playback Is sus- 
pended by :he SYNCHRO kry and led when suspended tu* 
IngthelNTRO/HLLINkey, 

•Pressing tft SYNCHRO keyagam after playback Is suspend- 
ed by ihe S/NCHRO key. orpressing the INTRO/FILL-IN key 
again after Payback is suspended by the INTRO/FIU-IN key 
teoninalesplayback cornpblcly. CONTINUE PLAY can no 
longer be ised In these cases, 



'The dsploy shows "--*' for patterns in which notes 
are peaent In Pl>4. 



No keyboard play 

•The dsplay will show the final step ntmbcx when o 
song s allowed to plar to the end untillt slops auto- 
matically STEP 1 is always displayedwhenevf»r the 
START/STOP key Is Lsed to interruptplayback. 

»The nythm selectors are Inoperative in the SONG 
PLAY mode. 



VN gflP 

•Thfl disflay appears as ilustrated below during song 
ployboo operations. 

•The tim>re available for v-note polyphonic play is de- 
ployed vhen notes ore net present In the PD line, The 
timbre llsplayed can bt used for rnono?hoiic play 
when rules arc present h \ or morelines{1 through 
3 only). The ten- key pat cari be used to change- the 
timbre lumber during payback 



U 



?.3 



Number )l timbre ossigncj to key boo rd 



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■ PITCH BEND 




The pitch of he entire keyboffd can becontroled by rotating 
Ihc PITCH BIND wheel Rotatng the wheel in he direction of 
(he troni q' ue Keyboard deceases pitch* whit rotating it in 
ihi? direction awards the back^f the keyboard hcreases pitch. 



Rt»33S pilch 



Lower, pitch [_ 




PITCH BETSD when 



PTTVM 



BEND RANGE 



The pitch of he keyboard is changed by the PITCH BEND wheel 
wltf-tn a benl range preseuatte with a numeilc value in the 
range of G though 12, The dSplay appears as Illustrated be- 
low when theBEND RANGE k*y is pressed, andthe bend range 
is adju&lcd tsing the VALUE VA keys, 



trst* 



U 



r T 



Bend ran© value (00- 12) 

r 
Q 5 Q QL 



mil U UHAlVil tfia Mtt 



Ml 



<C»*rc^ 



:'■ 



'*UiC 




trv^t> 



uMhiij 



Lowira bend 
rang? value 



OAW EHTKY 



Rais$ band 
ranie value 



•Operation Df the PfTCH BEND wheel has nosffect when the 
bend rang* Is set to 00, 

•Changing he bend range \alue by 1 results in a change In 
the bend tinge ol ± 1 halftone. 

•The maxinumbend range U 12. and this repwenism aver* 
all changein pitch of ± 1 octave. 

•The bend nnge value is retained even when he power of the 
unit is swiched OFF. 



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J 



per Formed 1 



*uh *« pitri sliding from ore note to fba-iMft 

m poiTAMEiSTO ars/OFF 

T** PneTAHEnTQ Key BWH&W the porUmKnio uffect ON 
PORTAMENTO key (s ON. 



-Indtcofot 



^SiTC pWd wbilccuncnt l«3*«« Ml helddDwn). 
U-gatO. ar< ployed applylncthe portamento err«t. 



(2) PORTAMENTO SPEED 



The spcodot **** th. porwnemo effect «l desup , «. down 

ploy ■«««" » IndftahKl "lew *h*n the P08TAMEM 1U 
SPEED 5 15 pressed, andihe portamento ipee d can be ad- 
justed usiiQ ihe VALUE VA Keys- 
-J7- 



[ 



t 



Poilanwnto ftpe-d tf0-99> 



it*i it«rwro J J 



iw 



- — 3§ a E3 

i» LUB 
*tt <l« ««*> — [I] [3 — SlDV " r <n, ° re "' 

■ 

.Farh ores of V incieoso portamento *i«d While A 

d^re^Mortorneau-, speed Hakim, down .ihcr tey causes 

h£h££ continuous change of the pMMM *«** 

*Hfi portamento effect * * P( M when ih« potato s P 

it sel to 0). 

•The portanenlo »«t 1 H««*»** -*- *J portamento . 
speed is & 10 99 OPP'oxl-nately 17 **■»*,!.). 

• The Fortanemo ^ed w*« Is ***** *«' whun ** p0 *' 
et of the mil is switched OFF. 



TRANSPOSE 



SOLO FUNCTION 



The? kev of rid entire keyboarJ can be tidjieted at halftone steps 
from the standard key of C:o any other kayiri Hie range of 
G~ FV. Tie display appeas as illustrated below wtHM lhl? 
IFANSPOSE key Is pressed. and the key al the keyboard can 
M iodJii3t« to any one of \l vcluca within the rony* of —5 



nuMumv 







n n 

u u 



Transpose i— 5-© 



ru f W**H law. 

MUUtf TMAL-itif r-ti! r .■ Mf 

18*0(1 




-, 



«\LUL 



UAMft 



1 



DfiKfeafis value 
iMftorp step$> 



Incisases value 



OAA CNTO* 



Trn nspose »aluc 



K*y 



A- 



-j-2 


-1 


0": i 


2 3 


'1 


9l6 


A|B" 


R 


G:-k' 


D E* 


E 


F F ( 



rhe keybo*fdcan bechany«J to monrjphtirili hy pressing the 
SOLO key 



^dg- — Fritcoloi lights 




SOLOMON 



■Each presi of the SOLO Iw su/tithM lh» indcator abov* ih« 
key ON and OFF. When ON. the keyloard becomes 
rnonnphoiic with the incat recently pressed key* given 
prkirily, 

•The keyb>ard is potyphoric (8- note moxtnuni) when the 
SOLO furctlon In OFF. 

•Thd number of notes thai <an bo pioduccd ly the keyboard 
is limited during pattern ffid sony playbuei, regardless Of 
whether o not the SOLO finction is.Oh\ Oily rnonophonic 
ptey '* avillable when notes are present In me or mom PD 
llncs4P-DI-PD3). The keyboard produces ftoiound at alt dur- 
ing pjaybtck ol a pattern h which notes art pr*&ent In the 
PD-4 line. 



•The transpsc value is rctahed even when tie powei of the 
win is swiched QKf\ 



-»* 



■ MT FUNCTION 



The MT luncion makes it possible town e ctssetu- upt to 
B i<.re p»twfn»nd sona data crated through rhythm program- 
ming, 

■TtSAVE 

Trdn5intsslor of pattern or Wig data lo a <;oacHc tape. 

v. VERIFY 

Conftrmallor of whether dau was stored coiisciiy. 

(3) LOAD 

Recall o( dali from cassette tape to lire keyboard. 

<CONNECTIOMS> 

Prepare o Uaa recorder w ordrwny easrtlte tarn recorder and 
one blanK iflff aain » lhe ocossory MT conrwrttafl cord, con- 
nect the top recorder to the keyboard as ilk&Uated bctow 



C2.?TOSrear panftl 

MT terminal 

■i 



Data records 




Accessory 

MT coniwdma cord 



-The connoting cord is split .mono three plus Tor the record 
er. Each pbg ,'» color codrd u follows: 

REMOTE (vhl.e): Record* mnotB Of^I^L^, 
-Not used -her, recorder Ha no remote (RE*) Mrm.na . 
LOAD (bla:k): Recorder «rphane (EAH> hrmlnal or loot 

(LOAD) lemlnal 
SAVE (red: Recorder micciphone (MIC) wminal or sav< 
<SAVE) terminal 



(1>SAVH_ 



-.,?,. HithtMT key and ASH will appear on .he cMoy M 
luMrated below. 



.■u-^= 



c - - 






MT mode tli^ploj 



l*/TUtHrl HflJ 

C3 Q S SB, 




'hooih^i 



npdes 01 kc>3 m operational WMIi In th* MT mCM 



g)Losd a casKtie Upe Into th* recorder being jsed and put 
the recordei into Iti RCfiOfD mode. 

• ihe lap** wlUnot yet begin lornove on recorders equipped 
with reroole ermlnals. 



:s» Press the VaLUE V (SAVE)key Lo begin data save to the 
cassette. 

•The tape willautomaljcatly brgln to move with this opero* 
lion on recoders equipped wth remote Lermhals. 

• The display ui U appear as Hlu&raced below durnq save open 
ations. 




WCDAC* 



s- 



S" tisployed during sivc operations 

© I he display vill return tothc criginal MT niodedisplay when 
save operatbns are complete 

•The tape will automatically slip on recorders equipped wilh 
remote ttirmbats, 

•Cancel Ihe RECORD mode oltbe recorder. 



*£ 



:-£'Pre» Ihe MT key to exit theMT mode. 



The ftflowhg VEKify opefltfon should be performed 
Wfcflriever teta is- saved to * cassette tape. 



(2) VERI-Y 



This operailoi confirms whetier or not the daa stored on a 
cassette is identical to Ihal present in Ihe keyboard memory. 
The verify operation should awoys be pciforncd 10 confirm 
proper <nora(e lolloping the SAVE operation. 

{impress the AT key- This operation can beskip>edif the veri- 
fy operatloi Is performed Immediately following date save. 

2y Rewind tht cd^elltr tu a pclnt immedtetelyprecedlng ihe 

beginning ;>! Ifie data lo b< verified. 
•If the recorder being used isequipped with arcmote termi- 
nal pul therecorder Into Its PLAYBACK (LCADt mede. 

©PiWW the H^HD RAMGE (CHECK) key, and he dbplay will 

appear as Hustraied below 
• The tape wil automatically begin lo move wth ihis opera* 
tion on recovers equipped vlth remote Lerrrinob. 




"■^■v 



i 



"C deployed during veiFy operations 

• For recordes without remol* terminals, put he recorder In 
tl& PLAYBACK mode tu begn verify apcratuns. 



iedispla\will return to theoriglnalMTmocfc display when 
verify operations are complete. 
•The tape wil automatically sop on recorders equipped with 
remote terninats. 
•Cancel the fLAYBACK (LO/pJ mode of thcecorder. 

40- 



\5lPres5 the Ml key to exit ihcMT mode* 



(3) LOAD 






- " CVEBIFV ERRORS 

The display will appear as ilustrated below whenever 
an error is Jetected during :he verify operation. 



n 

u 



u 



£- 



Error display 

■ Wheneveran error display ippears. press the MT key 
to terminac verify operaiicns and save the lota from 
the keyboard to the casscle tape again. 

'Fiequenl verify errors maylndicate Incorrect record- 
er settings or is faulty -recadpr. An iruufficent play- 
back levelduring verily era lew record level during 
seve opcroiona ore posalblecousea of pcor recording*. 
If problems still e»eiat afte correct adjustments are 
made, try jsing a dlfferenl recorder. 



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<2}PJess ihe AT key and WT\ will appear on He diapIayaSH' 
lusUaled telow. 



■ 



s 



.1* 



rtT mode display 

mat en nunMW tt& nwut If? 

I— I i^j ^ ^ qg 




\2)Rewtnd the cassette to a point immediate!* preceding ihe 
b^ginmngof the data to b> loaded. 

•If the reconcr being used is equipped with £ remote termi- 
nal, put th^ recorder into Its PLAYBACK (LOAD) mode. 



:S)Press1he VALUE A (LOAD key. and the display will appear 
as illustratrd below. 




IWTCTO 



n 
U 



cu V 



*L" dsplayed during lod operelloni 

•The tape wl automatically begin to move vith this opera- 
tion on reorders equipped «vllh remote tcrnlneb* 

•For recorders without remote terminals, put he recorder In 
lis PLAYBACK mode to becfri load op&alioifl. 






(jmte diap^y wil ' rclum to tro original MT made display when 
'load opeallorib arc compete. 

•The tape will outomatkollyslop on reorders equipped with 
remote temtnals. 

•Cancel tht PLAYBACK (LOAD) mode of ire recorder. 
(&;Pre»» LhcMT key to exit he MT mode. 



-LOAD ERRORS) 



The di*|lay will appear es Illustrated belcw whenever 
in crrorls detected durhg the toad operation* 



U 



E- 



Eirar display 

■Whene'er an error dlspby appears, press the MT key 
to tcrrrmole load opera Ions and load LIe data from 
the casette to the kcytoartt 

•Frequeit load errors mey Indicate incorrect recorder 
selling; or a faulty recorder. A low playback level can 
couacerorsto aegenentcd. If problemsstilleAJst af* 
tercorect adjustmentsare made, try using a differ- 
ent reorder 



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■ MIDI 

_ ___ — 

(l)MIDI MESSAGE 



AUDI (MUSICAL IN5TRUMENTDIGITAL INTERFACE) is an in- 
Irrno'-ional sursdard interface flat allows the cornectlon of two 
electronic misicol instrumcns. The GZ-230S is capable of 
Iransmilling he (allowing MIDI data. 



MESSAGE 



T - 



■ CHANNE1 MESSAGE 
VOICE MfSSAGE 

NOTE OFF EVENT 
MOTE ON EVENT 
CONTROLCHANQE(-I) 
PROGRAMCHANOE 
PITCH WHEEL CHANQE 

MODE MISSAGE 
LOCAL CONTROL OFF 
LOCAL CCNTROL ON 
OMNI OFF 
OMNI ON 
MONO MCDE 

POLY MOftE 



SYSTEM 1ESSAQE 

TIMING ClOCK 
START 

CONTINCH START 
STOP 



SYSTEM IXCLUSIVE (-2) 



: SEND 




x 



c 
c 

o 



X 

X 

X FIXED 

I 

UrfflTSETTINQ 



UNIT SETTING 



1 

o 



o 

'- 

x FIXED 
X 

UNITSHTING 

y 
UNIT SETTINa 




C 



O 

o 

c 
c 



<*1) 




CONTROL CHANGE 

conirruous com holler 

PORTAMENTO TIME C = ! 

SWITCH OH/OFF 

POklAMTNTO ON/OFF 



X 



C. 



■■ 



i i 



(•2) SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGES 



SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE -MESSAGE 



SEND RECUE.S1 (»1( 
RfcCEIVL tEQUEST 1*21 
BEND RAI.GE 
KEY TRAfSPOSE 




<* 1) CZ 23(5 receives note dita when SEND RSQUEST message 

isrecev«:d 
l*^jCZ-23(S ikcIws and worcs following I lrnbtc data when 
KECEI/E REQUEST in&iage l» received. 



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m] POLY MODE/MONO MODE 

f he C/-230S s equipped wHh loth a MONO mode and a POLY 
mode. 

• POLY mod; 

Communicatims of a single tinbre (tike 4-rw>ie polyphonic syn- 
thesiser) 

.MONO mole 

JAonOphonlc communication' ol separate tmbres on 4 
channels 

T)POLY MODE SETTING 

Switch the paver of the keyboard ON, and pre® the MIDI CM 
wv The disday should now ippcar as Hlustnted below. 



'id »• 



n » ■« n n 



D ' 



uu 



The VALUE YALnys ran nn« hi? used to set the chennels 
(01 s MIDI Qis 16), and the tavkcy pads are ised to sal the 
timbtes. 

3 MONO WODE SETTING 

Switch the pover of the keyboird ON while holding down the 
SOLO key to tot the MONO made. Press the MDI CH key and 

the display slould appear as llustrated below 



urn :. 



1 uu 



Set liie timbti for MIDI CH 1 usng the ten-key pid. Then press 
■fie VALUE Akey lo advance b MDI CH 2 and set the timbre, 
nilsprocedue Is repeated umtl timbres are set for each MIDI 
channel from 1 through 4. 



(3) BASIC CHANNELS 



Set the cimtres tor the sample data listed beow 



<Exampli 



CHANNEL 

CH 01 
CH 02 
CH 03 
CH 04 


TIMBRE NUMBER (KAM7J;? 

03 (SYMPHONIC ENS. 1) 
31 (FLUTE) 
33 (VIOUN) 
51 (PIANO 2) 



The VALUES/ A keyscen new bs used to raiss and lower the 
channel to jlay the timbres assignee to the channels. 

At this time.the first ehannc*l(CH 01 ) is calledrhe basic chan- 
nel. The bo5t; channel con be thonged by rcturnng to lite POLY 
mode, chanting the channels, arid then swltcilng power OM 
while holdinj the SOLO key. When the basic ciannel is set to 
05, forcKarrple, the timbres h the MONO mole arc assigned 
to channels )5, 06, 07, 08. Setting a basjc ciannel ol 10 as- 
signs timbre lo channels K. 1 1, 12. 13 



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(4) INDIVIDUAL CHANNEL VDLCIME 
SETTINGS 

The volume far each channolcan be individually adjusted to 
one of nlnele/eU(L0-L9), Sating volume lo LO results In no 
output 

The volurnesbr the sample linbres 
input for lhepr$viou9 exarnpb will 
!>e set a& noted in (he table. 



CHmSS LEVEL 


CM 01 


5 


CH 02 


8 


CH 03 


9 


CM 04 


7 



Starting withCH 01 , press endhold down I he MDI CH key ar*d 
use die VALIE VA keys io&et the volume G L6. 



VflH CH 



1 



■nnr 



LS 



Release ll»e AIDI CH key ondpreis VALUE A lo advance to 
CH 02_ Set tie value using tie same procedire as outlined 
above. Proceed on to CH 03 ind CH 04. 



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(5) POFTAMENTO ON/OFF 



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The PORT/MEIMTO OH/OP" status can be hdividually set I 
lh<* MONOmode for each channel. 



. 



Enter the AOMO mode, select the 
desired chernet using the VALUE 
key. and lien -set |>ortarnerlc 10 
ON or OFF- 



CH 01 


on 


CH 02 


OFF 


C1 03 


OFF 


CH 04 


ON 



...♦,. ... 

•The LLD aijovc the SGtOlfey is nmrratly lit in thw 
MOH< moife; .,_.;;.; 

• The W)NQ mcn^:cahcnry:lJeeiiiie4 by witching the. 

power ol ;th* keyboard OFF. 
•Pctleu nictiioiyo^d scog rncni0i'y.0i?c!»li<>;i5 cen!i<jt 
"be "pei'dtmed in the K3WCJ mode. 

• Intiif^VO^O'frv^^Mi.vHsv/r.li^Mj.^iiyh^^s.nund 

founded; ' ' ■ - : — ■ 

■•■•-•. 



( j^mPl ON/OFF, CJOCK INT/EXT 

[he controls fcr the procedurcsoullincd bctow ire bcoted on 
the back pane of lhe unit 

•The MIDI ONQFF switch is uod (o select wheher or not all 
,v\|OI message ore com m undated. 

fwoj] 

Ot+> .-OFF 

ON: AM MIDI nessages availabe with CZ-230S ommunicated. 
OFF:No MIDI messages comnunlcated. 

•The CLOCK I IT/EXT switch stJecia which unit 5 master and 
which la slave for MIDI CLOCI, START", STOP, CONTINUE 
START real-tine messages for^lDI communicition between 
MIDI instrummts. aOCK 



INT: C2 230S master, other mil slave <INT-ITTERNAL) 
EXT: 3lher urlt master, CZ-£OS slave (EXT -EXTERNAL) 



(7) SAMPLE CONFIGURATIONS 

(DConnectioi with SZ-1 for aitomaticplay of 4voices4 drums. 



AID) dots 
Sync (tod \li rig signal 

' "* |XJT 



OC-2305 
(MONO mode) 

CLOCK = BfT 

RHYTW MODE-SOPKi PLAY 



S/i 
(Sequeice;) 



- 



CLOCK- INI 



©Conncctioi with CZ-5000 with built- Jn secuencer) for use 
as external sound generator and drum marine. 



ftmp. 



MIDI data 
Synch roil z ing sig nal 

OtlTl JIN 



C2 5O00 



COCK = INT 
SHQJENCFR MODE 



CZ-230J 



CLOCK -OCT 



Amp. 



Hoi pa.tte'niniefriory.(4M:t>r^i'l- -mrl song ■ n-e+norv in 
th^Hvah.r, mod*:. MIDI '■is':-; -J CLOCK is INT 
rc<)iitdlr^. »f;l(^ position p f t »#.- -swir ( h t& . 



. 



~ 



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■ CARE OF YOUR UNIT 



1. Avoid hat, humidity. and direct sunlight* 

Do not overexpose the unit todirect sunlight, place II near 
heater, or in my area subject to high temperature. 



6* Remote batteries before extended storage. 

Batteries left In the untt fof long periods cm leak and caus 
damage loeleelronlt droit ry. 



2. Severe fnpacts can result In mairuictlon, 

When carryinj or transport ini the unit, protect the keyboard 
and buttons ly packing with soft cloth. 



3. Keep theunit free of liquids, dust* particles, etc. 

Do not allow Orcign matter teenier between Lie keys Bib es- 
pecially caieljl of metallic objects such as hairpins, sewing 
needles or cans. Also, do no allow the unit o get wet. 



4. (Sever attempt to moclfy any part of the unit. 
>our keyboard is a precision nuszcal instrument made up of 
sophisticated *lectronic parts Any modlMcatiot of. or tamper- 
Ing with interral components an cause trouble or malfunction. 



5. Do not ise lacquer tHnner or similar 
chemicals for cleaning 

Clean the keyboard vith a sot cloth dampened with a mild 
detergent solitlon. Soak the cl*th In the detergait solution and 
squeeze it urell almost dry. 



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■ SPECOTCATIONS 



Model: 

Keyword: 
Sound 



CZ-230S diptal programmed synthesizer 
49 keys, 4 (ctavos (mini typs) 



PD sound source Iphase distortion) 

B notes i 1 ECO) or 4 notes 2 DCO) 

100 (includhg 4 internal) 

PORT AMErTO ON/OFF, 
PORTAMEITO SPEED. PITCH BErsD. 
BEND RANjE 

Preset rhythms: 20 rhythmsSO patterns (including 
inlro/flll-in) 



generator! 
Polyphony: 
preset volcei: 
Effects: 



Rhythm 
programming: 



Rhythm 
operation: 

Tuning: 

Other: 

MT: 



• Pattern mimory: 30 pattens max. 
<PCMxl2,PDx4) 

• Pattern pl<y 

•Song menory 1 99 steps {measures) 

man. 
•Song ploy 

START7STCP, SYNCHRO S~ART. 
INTRO/FILL-IN. TEMPO < , = 40-256) 
A4=442H*± 100 cents (:* \I7 tone) 
TRANSPOSE (C~F#), SOLO ON/OFF 
Patterrvsoni data SAVE/VESIFY/LOAD 



MIDI: 



Audio termhals: 

Control 
terra I rials: 
Power suppy: 



Speaker: 

Power 
consumption: 

Dimensions 

Weight: 

Accessories 



Poly mode (MODE 3yMori( mode 

(MODE 4) 

Basic channel: 01- 16 

Number oi voice channels:4 {MOiNO 

mode) 

MIDI ON/OFF 

CLOCK IN17EXT 

line outipd/pcm). PHores 

Mf. MIDI JN/OCIT/THRU} 

• Batteries: Six D size dry ells 
(opcrotionimemory back uf) 
•Battery He: 3.5 hour* (mtin powtr 

supply), ! year (when ACadaplor used) 
•AC: 100. 117, 220, 240V (optional 

AD-5 odtptoi) 

•Car baltery: Optional CA-5 car adaptor 
Auto powir olf (approximaely 6 
minutes), forced power off 

12cm dia.* 1 

9.IW 

G06(vV) x 236(0) x 76<H)mm 

3.9kg (incuding balte-tes) 

Six D siiedry cells, MT ccnnccllng cord 



*AU design* ant speciftcaMons svhjctt to change uithoul notice. 

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GUIDELINES LAID DOVN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF THE 

CIN1TINTHF C1.S.A. 

(not applicable to otherareas). 

This flquiprrentrjeneratMandtMsr^lo frequency energy and If no Inmalled 
and u«*d prcperly. that is, in itict accordance * ilk ihc manufactured instruc- 
tions, may auw inlertertsnoe icradio and teleWaim n-> nation, h hosier type 
tested and fcund to comply wlh ihn limits for o tlosn B computing device In 
accordance vith Ihe apecHicotinta In Subparl J ofPort 15 of FCC Rup^ vhlch 
wt designta lu piuvide icaaombk protection aialnst *uch inierfoencc in a 
residential lisialloiion. Howw there Isno guarantee that interference will not 
occur In a wticulox hsiaitaUci. II Ltiia equipment flow cause intcreremie to 
radio or television retepiian. which con be delemln^d by turning heequij)* 
menr olt am on, the user Is eicouraged to try l( correct the tnlerfcrcntx by 
one or more of Ihe lollowing neasures: 
»- reorient he reviving antoina 
.„_ relocate he computer wlthrespect to the rwivnr 

rnwe thi computer away fom Ihe receiver 

plurj lh*:ompulerJntoa diferent outlet to tht computer and receive* ore 

on different branch circuit! 
If necessary :ho user should consult the dcolcr oron experienced rtsjio/tclcvi* 
slon technkun fry additional MJigettluns. The u-termay find ihe following Dook 
At pv«paredby ihe Federal GmmunJOrtJons Conrnrsslon helpful "How 10 
Identify and tesolve Radio-TV Irtcrfcrerro ProWens *\ This booklet iiavailable 
from the US Govern merit Printng Office. Wwhmiton. QC, 20402. Stock Mo 
00-1 0QC-CK>3tt-4 



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